Daily Archives: August 27, 2018

Utah couple dies in rollover on Washington highway

A newlywed Utah couple died Sunday in a one-vehicle rollover crash outside of Prosser, Washington on Interstate 82, according to a report from the Washington Highway Patrol.

Utah couple dies in rollover on Washington highway

Former convicted high school teacher held without bail for meth possession

An Orem woman is being held without bail after she was arrested twice in the last two months for drug possession while on felony probation for having sex with a high school student.

Former convicted high school teacher held without bail for meth possession

BYU will have single, annual commencement ceremony starting in 2019

Brigham Young University will condense its commencement ceremonies to a single, annual ceremony, the university announced Thursday.

BYU will have single, annual commencement ceremony starting in 2019

American Fork pastor placed on leave for allegations of sexual abuse

A Catholic pastor in American Fork was placed on administrative leave amid allegations of sexual misconduct from nearly four decades ago.

American Fork pastor placed on leave for allegations of sexual abuse

Utah experiencing worst wildfire season in 15 years

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The 370 structures burned in Utah wildfires so far this year is more than the previous five years combined and the most in the last 15 years.

Utah experiencing worst wildfire season in 15 years

Community briefs: Book on ‘Far Side’ comics; Blue Haven fundraiser; Overdose Awareness Day; Natural history photo contest

Blue Haven fundraiser concert to honor officer

Community briefs: Book on ‘Far Side’ comics; Blue Haven fundraiser; Overdose Awareness Day; Natural history photo contest

Provo Pride seeking donations from downtown businesses through flag project

Organizers of this year’s Provo Pride celebration are hoping downtown retailers and restaurants will join in showing their support for the local gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender neighbors.

Provo Pride seeking donations from downtown businesses through flag project

From dugouts to log cabins, one Spanish Fork pioneer park showcases them all

In the heart of Spanish Fork, past the gas stations and freeway exits along Main Street, stands an old mustard yellow house built in 1912, and in the backyard are four log cabins that were never built there at all.

From dugouts to log cabins, one Spanish Fork pioneer park showcases them all

From dugouts to log cabins, one Spanish Fork pioneer park showcases them all

In the heart of Spanish Fork, past the gas stations and freeway exits along Main Street, stands an old mustard yellow house built in 1912, and in the backyard are four log cabins that were never built there at all.

From dugouts to log cabins, one Spanish Fork pioneer park showcases them all

Motorcyclist killed in crash near I-15 in Salem

A motorcycle rider suffered fatal injuries Sunday after a collision with a pickup at the State Route 164 interchange with Interstate 15 in Salem.

Motorcyclist killed in crash near I-15 in Salem